Response Information

Thank you to all our Volunteers who assisted our support of the FEMA Vaccination Center at the Greenbelt Metro Station

We are very grateful to the more than 380 Volunteers who gave their time, enthusiasm and compassion to assist Maryland VOAD’s support of the FEMA Vaccination Center in Prince George’s County. The vaccination site officially closed on June 1st. It is estimated that the site saw more than 100,000 people vaccinated during the eight weeks that they were opened. Volunteers are the nucleus of our disaster response efforts. They are an invaluable part of our ability to respond. Hats off to all our Volunteers. Thank you!!

Prince George’s County Flooding Response

Maryland VOAD is presently responding in Prince George’s (PG) County to assist residents as they recover from the flooding that occurred on September 10, 2020.

Types of work to be completed: 

  • Replacing drywall
  • Installing floor coverings
  • Repairing retaining walls.

At present there is just over $10,000 in funding that is designated to support this response. We estimate that total costs for supplies (excluding the retaining walls) to be around $26,000 leaving a need of around $16,000 currently. More funds will be needed after the estimates for the retaining walls come in.

How to Volunteer

Volunteers and work groups can sign up by

Ways to Provide Funding

Funding can be by check to Maryland VOAD, c/o Bruce Morgenstern, 1911 Hunt Meadow Drive, Annapolis, MD 21403. Electronic funds can be sent via PayPal at this link.